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Bugatti axes Galibier confirms Veyron successor

has already started working on the version of the world’s fastest

Bugatti has formally axed to build what was to become the fastest and most powerful and officially confirmed a Veyron is being developed instead.

boss, Dr Wolfgang Schreiber, the UK’s Top Gear magazine: will not be a four-door Bugatti. We talked many, many about the Galibier, but this car not come because. it would our customers.”

Dr Schreiber said would instead focus its on a Veyron replacement, and also there would be no more versions of the current Veyron.

“With the Veyron, we placed on top of all super-sportscar brands in the whole Everyone knows that is the ultimate super sportscar,” Dr told Top Gear . “It’s for current owners, and others who are to understand if we do something similar to the (next). And that is what we do.”

Bugatti unveiled the sedan concept in 2009, after the Global Financial took hold, but had been quiet on its development since Bugatti has sold out of the 300 coupes it since 2005 and just 43 of the 150 introduced in 2012, remain to be before the end of 2015.

When asked if Bugatti send the Veyron out with a bang after it built a edition capable of 431km/h in (up from the 408km/h top speed of the Dr Schreiber told Top Gear . will not produce a ‘SuperVeyron or Plus, definitely. There be no more power. 1200 is enough for the chapter of Veyron and its

Dr Schreiber said the new Veyron have to “redefine the benchmarks and the today is still the current We are already working on it (the

Given that Ferrari . and Porsche have adopted power for their latest will the next Bugatti have hybrid power? Dr Schreiber told Top Gear . it s too early to open the door and you what we have planned. For now we to keep the focus on the current and help people to understand this really is the last to get the car, which will run for ten years from 2005-2015. we will close this and open another one.”

The German Volkswagen Group the French supercar brand in and immediately commenced work on the After several concept and numerous delays the production was finally unveiled in 2005.

During the Veyron’s development, struggled with cooling the W16 engine, which has four Despite having 10 radiators, one of the cars caught fire on the racing circuit during

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The original Veyron, powered by an quad-turbocharged W16 engine (two V8s back-to-back), had 1001 horsepower and 1250Nm of torque.

With delivered to all four wheels via an system and a seven-speed dual “DSG” gearbox, the Veyron do the 0 to 100km/h dash in 2.46

On the Veyron’s top-speed run it gulped more than a V8 Supercar machine at full speed, and ran the out of fuel in 20 minutes. By way of comparison a Prius sips 3.9L/100km.

The Bugatti Veyron claimed the World Record for the fastest car with a top speed of 408.47km/h on private test track at in northern Germany in April

In June 2010, Bugatti its own top-speed record with the SuperSport, which had the same W16 but with power increased to horsepower (895kW) and 1500Nm of It managed a staggering 431.072km/h.

Of the run of 30 Veyron SuperSports, five named the SuperSport World Edition, which had the electronic switched off to enable them to 431km/h. The remainder were to 415km/h.

The original Veyron cost 1 Euros plus taxes, but the Veyron of all time, the SuperSport, almost double: 1.99 Euros plus taxes. were sold in Australia as the was exclusively left-hand-drive.

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